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Hottinger Brüel & Kjær (HBK) officially launched their next generation torque sensor at the 2024 Automotive Testing Expo in Stuttgart, Germany. (Credit: HBK)

Hottinger Brüel & Kjær (HBK) has launched their next-generation torque sensor.

The new sensor, with integrated telemetry and a one-size-fits-all flexible stator, represents an important milestone offering new possibilities for helping engineers overcome test bench and measurement challenges, in particular for powertrain testing and especially for electric vehicles. It is the culmination of eight years of development, resulting in a market-leading product.

Key features:

  • Improved accuracy: The T100 compensates for air drag, speed, and temperature to maximise the accuracy of your measurement data.
  • High bandwidth: Makes it easy for users to measure and to analyse highly dynamic signals.
  • Low noise: Low noise makes it easy to pick up even a muffled signal.
  • Rotor and stator calibrated separately: Calibrating new stators wastes time and money. A one-size-fits-all stator means your stator and rotor can be calibrated separately – meaning you can change the stator or rotor easily, without recalibrating the whole device.



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